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College of the Arts
School of Art
211 Art Building
The Master of Arts in Art History emphasizes obtaining a comprehensive view of world art and specializing in one area for the thesis.
Official transcript(s); goal statement(s); a “statement of purpose”; three letters of recommendation; and curriculum vitae.
For more information about graduate admission, please visit the Graduate Studies website.
Minimum 35 total credit hours to graduate.
Program Learning Outcomes
The thesis is a significant project or body of work done independently of other coursework. Students are expected to demonstrate the ability to conduct research or produce a significant, original project in a discriminating and disciplined manner. The thesis topic should be one that will further the student’s knowledge and ability in the specialty by demonstrating skill as a researcher or studio artist. The outcome should be an effort that serves as a foundation for the pursuit of independent work when the graduate program is completed. At this stage, students are expected to work in close consultation with their thesis advisor.
A reading knowledge of either French, German or other approved foreign language is required.
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